Many people in their 50s and early 60s buy supplements or do puzzles in hopes of staving off memory loss.
A long-standing puzzle about long-term memory processing may be solved. The method: monitoring the brain activity of sleeping rats after they complete a new maze.
Memories of trauma are unique because of how brains and bodies respond to threat.
Despite demands that impact their own lives and health, only 1 in 4 caregivers use support resources meant for them.
As palliative care and hospice use grow and cost pressures continue, new studies probed variation in care and referrals — and found opportunity.
New data add to the growing evidence that fewer senior citizens are developing dementia — with schooling a key associative factor.